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Alain Berteau

Obtained a master degree in architecture and rising design star in the world of design. His work is about reinventing old typologies through thorough examination of function linked to their exterior look, adding versatility to everyday objects. What’s liked about his furniture designs is: their simple, intense and multifunctional personalities.

Michael Bihain

Studied Interior Design at the St. Luc Institute of Luik (B) and at the University of Hull (UK). After graduating he founded his own studio BihainProd in London. Michael's designs are a symbiosis of contemporary lifestyle and collective memory. A typical characteristic of his research is the obviousness of the lines obtained.

Samuel Chan

Samuel Chan has a Master degree in Furniture Design at Buckinghamshire Chiltern University (UK). Afterwards, he worked for 7 years in hotel interior design. Since 1995, he runs his own design company. Marriott, Hilton, Malmaison/Hotel du Vin Group are some of his clients.

Gerd Couckhuyt

Gerd followed a pure technical formation in an industrial environment context. Later he got several degrees in art, interior design, light consultant and sculpture art. The combination of his technical background and his feeling for creation and art makes him a more complete designer with not only an eye for the visual aspect but also the technical part. His inspiration comes from absorption of daily visual and emotional incentives. Designing objects and interiors is not experienced as an assignment according to Gerd, but more like a distillation and fine tuning of ideas already present in his mind.

Pierre Daems

Studied Product Design at St-Luc of Liège (B) and at the University of Humberside, Hull (UK). Linear lines and right proportions, new and warm materials, fine details and sobriety are the foundations of his creative writing.

Jordi Veciana

Designer and founder of Veciana Design Resources, Barcelona (ES). Architect and designer e.g. for Ralph Lauren, Inditex (Zara, Bershka), Agatha Ruiz del Prada, Louis Vuitton and several hotel projects.

Erik Jansen

Erik Jansen studied interior architecture at the Utrecht School of Arts. His designs can be characterized as seemingly simple, sober and pure. Running his own design company, he explores the edge of the possibilities of materials.

Alain Monnens

Mastered in Product Development at the Media & Design Academy in Genk and obtained through years of experience a solid knowledge in the lighting industry. His creations are the result of a no-nonsense, pure design style. Not adding elements but integration of solutions are primordial to Alain, as "designing" is the art of "cutting out" (leaving out). He won various design awards, such "Henry Van de Velde" Label and several Red Dot Design Awards.

Cas Moor

Furniture/product designer graduated as interior architect in 2012 and mastered in “autonomous design” in 2014 at the school of Arts - KASK Gent (Belgium).

Since 2014 Moor & Musschoot are a productdesign team. Their philosophy is “It’s obvious that a designer listens to the machines.”
 

Lieven Musschoot

Graduated as an interior architecture from the Architecture school Sint-Lucas in Ghent. 

​Since 2014 Cas Moor & Lieven Musschoot are a productdesign team. Their philosophy is “It’s obvious that a designer listens to the machines.”

Anita Nevens

Mastered in Art, Architecture and Design, holds degrees in Sculpture and Interior Design & Scenery. She worked for architects and is currently a furniture designer and lecturer. She has been published in architectural and lifestyle magazines. Participates frequently in design competitions and fairs. Other designs are being edited by Lensvelt.

Borja Veciana

Borja Veciana has a technical degree, worked as a jewellery designer and as a furniture restorer before turning to designing and producing furniture. Founded Borja Veciana Furniture. Manages residential and hotel projects. Designs and develops together with his brother Jordi for Wildspirit.

Twan Verlinden

Twan Verlinden studied Interior Design at St Lucas in Boxtel (NL) as well as at the KMH in Mechelen (B). After designing furniture for some well known furniture companies for several years, he founded his own design studio Design by Tuan. In the meantime he designs utensils and furniture pieces for different collections. Clear lines and natural materials are his signature.

Sylvain Willenz

Studied MA Design Products at the Royal College of Art in London, graduating in 2003. In 2004, Sylvain opened his Design Office, based in Brussels. In 2009, leading press and institutions (The Vif / Knack WE Magazines, The Interieur Foundation, The Design Museum Gent and the Museum of Grand-Hornu Images) nominated Sylvain as Belgian Designer of the Year.